To learn from highly trained and experienced coaches who bring enthusiasm and tremendous knowledge to each session.
To be a part of UCF as an athlete. To experience what it is like to live as a college soccer player. To live and train in the same facilities that the UCF players work in daily.
To have a blast and enjoy the training, the games, your teammates or new friends who all share this passion for the game and for improving.
The Youth Day and Futsal Camp features four fun filled days of instruction. Young players will learn to improve technique in challenging exercises based around fundamental concepts (dribbling, passing, shooting). Then have the opportunity to apply those new found skills in small sided games. Campers will receive instruction from both the UCF coaching staff and the UCF Soccer players.
This camp is designed for players who are currently in or looking to move into more advanced youth soccer environments. The camp is built around the teaching model of guided discovery. Young players will receive instruction from experienced youth development coaches as well as college coaches.
Jamie Davies joined the UCF Men's Soccer coaching staff in January 2018. Davies comes to UCF after four seasons as an assistant coach at Georgia State.
Davies was the top assistant coach at Georgia State. He brought a wealth of playing and coaching experience at the high school, collegiate and professional levels.
In 2017, Davies helped lead the Panthers to a runner-up finish in both the Sun Belt regular season and tournament championship. Georgia State had the No. 1 scoring offense in the Sun Belt and ranked No. 28 in the nation. In 2016, Georgia State reached the conference tournament final, outscored its opponents 42-25, leading the Sun Belt and ranking No. 11 in the nation.
Scott Calabrese was named the sixth head men's soccer coach at UCF on Dec. 5, 2016.
Calabrese spent the past three seasons at FIU, taking the program to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in over 10 years by capturing the 2015 Conference USA Championship. He helped the Panthers to consecutive appearances in the finals at the C-USA Championship. The two-time conference coach of the year has posted an 85-67-20 overall mark.
The Newton, Conn., native has been known for building programs and started the program at East Tennessee State in 2008. In three short years, he guided the Bucs to the 2010 Atlantic Sun Championship behind 10 shutout victories, earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament. The 2010 NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year tallied four seasons with 10-or-more victories and also aided ETSU to the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
Paul Souders begins his first season as an assistant coach at UCF in the spring of 2016. The two-time NSCAA Far West Region Assistant Coach of the Year spent eight seasons at New Mexico before coming to Orlando, Fla.
During a nine-year stint with the Lobos, Souders helped the program to three NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, including a run to the 2013 NCAA College Cup in Philadelphia, Pa. New Mexico’s success includes qualifying for five NCAA Tournaments, four conference championships and an undefeated (18-0-4) campaign in 2011. The Lobos posted a 101-42-21 overall and 45-18-7 league mark during that span.
Prior to arriving at New Mexico, Souders spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Dayton, helping the Flyers to a 27-18-11 overall record. During his tenure, four former Flyers who have played professionally in North America and Europe.
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